Snabe on Maersk Container Industry: Time will tell whether we are the right owners

Maersk Container Industry is not "in as close of a synergy" as the other parts of Maersks three business areas, said chair Jim Hageman Snabe Tuesday. MCI was recently rumored to be a possible target of sale.

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Time will show whether Maersk is the right owner of Maersk Container Industry, which was recently rumored as a possible target of sale for the Danish shipping group, declared Jim Hagemann Snabe during a press conference following the company's general assembly on Tuesday.

Here, Snabe was asked whether Maersk is the right long-term owner of Maersk Container Industry, which has undergone major cuts and centered its core business on refrigerated containers in recent years.

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